Hanwha suffered because of the back door… Now it’s a baseball to protect? Beom-soo Kim and Sang-won Park, scoreless in 9 games, leading to a rebound

It becomes a baseball to protect.

The match against LG Twis was held on the 12th at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul. In the bottom of the 8th inning with a 2-0 lead, starter Moon Dong-ju passed the mound to the bullpen with one out and bases loaded. Until the 7th inning, he threw a perfect pitch with 3 hits and no runs, but his strength declined. It was after throwing 108 pitches, his most in one game.

Kim Bum-soo, who followed Moon Dong-ju, recorded no hits and no runs in ⅔ innings. Finisher Park Sang-won, who took the mound at the bottom of the ninth at 2-1, gave up a two-out walk, but struck out Bo-kyung Moon to keep the victory. 1st place LG put to rest.

Hanwha, who won 2-1, pulled down Kiwoom Heroes and rose to 8th place. After 8 consecutive victories, it made a soft landing without aftereffects and continues the good trend.

The back door is secure. This season, Hanwha Baseball has changed greatly from the previous season. In particular, the bullpen Pil Seung-jo is reliable.메이저도메인

Looking at the pitches of Kim Beom-soo and Park Sang-won over the past month, my mouth opens.

From the game against Heroes on June 16th to the game against LG on July 12th, they were scoreless in 9 games in a row. Kim Bum-soo was responsible for 6⅔ innings during this period, recording 2 hits and 5 walks against 27 batters. He posted 1 win, 4 holds, and an earned run average of ‘0.00’. In the 9 matches he played, the team recorded 7 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss.

Park Sang-won also continued his close to perfect pitching in the last 9 games. From the Heroes game on June 17th to the LG game on the 12th, he conceded 1 run in 9 games, but it is not his fault. He recorded 1 win, 4 saves, and an earned run average of ‘0.00’. In the 9 games Park Sang-won started, Hanwha recorded 6 wins and 3 losses.

At the beginning of the season, the back door opened and struggled, but it has risen to the highest level.

Kim Bum-soo recorded 3 wins, 2 losses and 9 holds in 37 games with an ERA of 3.00, and Park Sang-won recorded 4 wins, 7 saves and 2.30 in 28 games.

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Director Choi Won-ho picked Park Sang-won as one of the harvests he reaped in the first half. Park Sang-won, who returned from military service in the second half of last year, solved the problem of finishing. It is the finishing position that started with Jang Si-hwan and came through Kim Bum-soo.

This year, Hanwha had the worst start. In 24 matches held in April, he recorded 6 wins, 1 draw and 17 losses, and a win rate of 2.6 pun. It has gradually rebounded since May and is now crossing the middle ranks. Since June, 16 wins, 1 draw and 13 losses, winning rate is 50%, 6%, 7%. During this period, the team ranked 4th in win rate following KT, LG, and Doosan.

At the center of the great turnaround is a solid bullpen.

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